MDI Main Catalog

MDI Main Catalog
,INC.
MERCURY & SOLID STATE CONTACTORS • RELAYS
• SWITCHES • LIQUID LEVEL CONTROL FLOATS
Catalog X
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GENERAL INFORMATION FEATURES AND SELECTION FACTORS
GENERAL INFORMATION
Mercury Displacement Relays are all designed and built to meet the
most exacting demands of the industry. They have won their high
place in the electrical field by doing the tough and tricky jobs that
ordinary equipment could at best do in an uncertain manner. They
have proven their ability to stand up to the most adverse conditions
of temperature, dust and moisture, in all types of applications. All the
care required for the manufacture of high-grade instruments is used
in the manufacture of the switches. All switch parts are specially
cleaned, and contamination is avoided by use of tweezers, gloves,
etc., when making assemblies.
Contactors are hermetically sealed with high quality glass to metal
seals.
The stainless steel tube is totally encapsulated in high grade epoxy
FEATURES
to prevent moisture damage and voltage breakdown through the
protective coating.
The coils are wound on compact nylon bobbins and molded on
to the metal tube to provide minimum power loss. This allows for
low coil power required to actuate the contactor. This also enables
the units to handle high loads with minimum derating due to higher
ambient temperatures.
Internal gasses prevent excessive arcing between the mercury and
the electrodes which enables the unit to function for millions of cycles
with very low contact resistance, and minimum deterioration of the
internal parts.
Available in all standard coil voltages, in single, two, three and four
pole arrangements. Other coil voltages available upon request.
1) ADVANTAGE OVER ELECTROMECHANICAL
AND SOLID STATE RELAYS
A) Superior Performance and Reliability
(a) Long Life
(b) Durable
B) Compact Size
C) Low, Predictable Contact Resistance
D) Reduced RFI for Improved Interface Capability
E) Handles a Variety of Loads
(a) Increases design flexibility
F) Rapid On-Off Cycling Capability
(a) Mercury quickly dissipates contact heat
G) Low Coil Power Requirements
H) Minimal Derating Due to Higher Ambient Temperatures
I) Quiet Action
2) DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION
A) Contacts are within a hermetically sealed steel body
(a) Impervious to adverse condition
(b) No external arcing
B) Arcing is in a gaseous atmosphere
(a) Quenches the arc
(b) Extends relay life
C) Only one moving part (the plunger)
(a) No buttons to pit, weld or burn out
D) One coil for each set of contacts
(a) Assures consistent switching
(b) Minimizes pull-in variation between contacts
E) Epoxy encapsulated
(a) Moisture resistant
(b) High dielectric strength
(c) Permanently fixes contacts to coil; eliminating
possible misalignment
(d) Helps dissipate heat and noise
(e) Rugged (impact resistant)
3) BENEFITS
A) Reduction of Operational and Maintenance costs
B) Increases Utilization and Productivity of equipment
(a) By reducing down-time
C) Installation and service is a routine operation
(a) Simple to install
(b) No sophisticated equipment is required
(c) Easy to trouble-shoot
SELECTION FACTORS
3) CONTACT ARRANGEMENT
a. Do you require a relay which has a normally open or normally
closed contact?
4) DUTY
a. How often is relay to be operated?
b. How long is relay to be energized in each operation?
5) TIME DELAY CHARACTERISTICS
a. What operating time do you want to achieve, maximum and
minimum seconds?
b. Is timing to be on closing or opening of the contacts?
6) COIL RATING
a. What is your maximum and minimum coil operating voltage
or current?
b. Is coil to be operated from and A.C. or a D.C. circuit? If A.C.,
what frequency?
7) MOUNTING SPACE
a. Are there any limitations on space for applying relay?
In order to get the right relay for your job -- the relay that will give
you the best performance -- it is essential that certain information,
concerning the conditions under which the relay must perform, be
carefully considered. We therefore recommend that answers to the
following questions be forwarded to us with your inquiry or order.
1) APPLICATION
a. What kind of job is relay to do?
b. Is application special in any way?
c. Will mounting be stationary?
2) TYPE OF LOAD
a. What is the voltage in the load circuit?
b. What is the amperage in the load circuit?
c. Is it A.C. or D.C.? If A.C., what is the frequency2?
d. What is the nature of the load?
Heater load?
Lamp load?
Motor load?
Current inrush and running current?
Other types of inductive load?
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GLOSSARY OF TERMS & EXPRESSIONS
AMBIENT: The temperature of air or liquid surrounding any electrical part
or device.
CONSTANT DUTY: If the contactor will remain “on” in normal use for
indefinite periods of time, in excess of 100 hours.
CONTACTOR: 1.) A device for the purpose of repeatedly establishing or
interrupting an electric power circuit; 2.) A heavy duty relay used to
control electrical circuits. Relays rated at 15 to 30 amps and up are
generally referred to as contactors.
CONTACT: 1.) One of the current-carrying parts of a relay, switch or
connector that is engaged or disengaged to open or close the associated
electrical circuits. 2.) To join two conductors or conducting objects in
order to provide a complete path for current flow. 3.) The juncture point
to provide the complete path.
CONTACTS: Mercury to Metal: The contacts of a standard mercury
displacement relay or contactor. The upper contact is metal and stationary. The lower contact is a pool of mercury that gets displaced by
the plunger assembly, thereby coming in contact with the metal electrode
during operation. (See page 4.)
Mercury to Mercury: The contacts of a standard mercury timer
relay. This contact arrangement utilizes a cup, which has the electrode
in it, and is filled with mercury. When the mercury at the bottom of
the unit is displaced, it floods over the sides of the cup, completing the
circuit. This provides a clean make and break with no chatter and little
erosion. (See page 11.)
CONTINUITY: A continuous path for the flow of current in an electric circuit.
DERATE: To reduce the voltage, current, or power rating of a device to
improve it’s reliability or to permit operation at high ambient
temperatures.
DIELECTRIC: The insulating material between the metallic elements of an
electronic component.
DROP-OUT: The current, voltage, or power value that will cause an energized
relays contacts to return to their normal denergized condition.
GAUSS: The centimeter-gram-second electromagnetic unit of magnetic
induction. One gauss represents one maxwell per square centimeter.
HEAT RISE: In a mercury displacement relay; The heat developed from the
coil and contacts as a unit.
HERMETIC SEAL: A mechanical or physical closure that is impervious to
moisture or gas, including air.
HERTZ: Cycles per second.
INRUSH CURRENT: In a solenoid or coil, the steady-state current drawn
from the line with the armature, or plunger, in its maximum open position.
LOAD, CONTACT: The electrical power encountered by a contact set in any
particular application.
MAXWELL: The cgs electromagnetic unit of magnetic flux, equal to one
gauss per square centimeter, or one magnetic line of force.
OPERATE TIME: In a mercury displacement relay; the amount of time that
passes when power is applied to the coil, to when the contacts close in
a normally open set of contacts, or when the contacts open in a normally
closed set of contacts.
Quick Operate is when the operate time is less than the stated release
time. Slow operate is when the operate time is no longer than the stated
release time.
PLUNGER: In a mercury displacement relay; The device used to displace
mercury. The plunger is lighter than mercury so it floats on the mercury.
The plunger also contains a magnetic shell or sleeve, so it can be pulled
down into the mercury with a magnetic field. The plunger does the same
job in a mercury displacement relay as an armature in a mechanical relay.
POLE: 1.) Output terminals on a switch. 2.) A single set of contacts; (i.e.,
three sets of contacts equal three poles)
POWER FACTOR: Ratio of the actual power of an alternating or pulsating
current to the apparent power.
PULL-IN: (Pick-up): The minimum current, voltage, power or other value
which will trip a relay or cause it to operate.
RELAY: An electromechanical or electronic device in which continuity is
established or interrupted in one circuit by a control circuit. Typically
used to switch large currents by supplying relatively small currents to the
control circuit. Also see Contactor.
RELEASE TIME: In a mercury displacement relay; The amount of time that
passes when power is removed from the coil, until the contacts of a normally open unit reopen, or when contacts of a normally closed unit recloses.
Quick Release is when the release time is less than the stated operate
time. Slow release is when the release time is longer than the stated
operate time.
STEADY-STATE: A condition in which circuit values remain essentially
constant, occurring after all initial transients or fluctuating conditions
have settled down.
TRANSIENT (Transient Phenomena): Rapidly changing action occurring
in a circuit during the interval between closing of a switch and settling to
steady-state conditions, or any other temporary actions occurring after
some change in a circuit or it’s constants.
VOLT-AMPERE: A unit of apparent power in an AC circuit containing
reactance. It is equal to the potential in volts multiplied by the current, in
amperes, without taking phase into consideration.
VOLTAGE SPIKES: An abrupt transient which comprises part of a pulse but
exceeds it’s average amplitude considerably.
VOLTAGE WITHSTAND: The amount of electromotive force (volts) that can
be applied to two points before a current will flow (leakage or breakdown.)
WATT: A unit of electrical power. One watt is expended when one ampere of
direct current flows through a resistance of one ohm. In an AC circuit, the
true power in watts is effective volt-amperes multiplied by the circuit
power factor. There are 746 watts in one horsepower.
A.C.
D.C.
M.D.R.
D.P.S.T.
S.P.S.T.
T.P.S.T.
ABBREVIATIONS
Alternating Current
Hg Mercury
Direct Current
Hz Hertz
Mercury Displacement Relay
N.C. Normally Closed
Double Pole Single Throw
N.O. Normally Open
Single Pole Single Throw
Q Quick
Triple Pole Single Throw
S Slow
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MERCURY TO METAL CONTACTORS AND RELAYS
DESCRIPTION
MERCURY TO METAL CONTACTOR: The load terminals
are isolated from each other by the glass in the hermetic
seal. “The plunger assembly,” which includes the ceramic
insulator, the magnetic sleeve and related parts, floats on
the mercury pool. When the coil is powered causing a
magnetic field, the plunger assembly is pulled down into
the mercury pool which is in turn displaced and moved up
to make contact with the electrode, closing the circuit between the top and bottom load terminal which is connected
to the stainless steel can.
TRAFFIC CONTROL (CONSTANT DUTY)
SP-1132- VOLTAGE- (A or D)
35 AMPS @ 600 VAC
SP-1130- VOLTAGE- (A or D)
60 AMPS @ 480 VAC
*A return spring replaces the buffer spring for
this application
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30-AMP NORMALLY OPEN CONTACTORS
GENERAL INFORMATION
The 30 Amp model is designed to save space
and simplify mounting methods. The standard
mounting bracket on the three pole model allows
the unit to be mounted in standard 3” snap track
channel. If you do not use snap track mounting,
the standard three pole bracket has key hole slots
for easy mounting in any panel arrangement. The
universal three pole mounting bracket has various mounting holes and key hole slots to meet a
variety of mounting centers.
SINGLE POLE
The 30 Amp series is a more compact line with a
well proven switch which is the heart of mercury
relays. It is the same switch design that is in our
35 and 60 Amp encapsulated MDR’s, which have
withstood the test of time and millions of cycles
in many different applications.
TWO POLE
STANDARD MOUNT
TYPICAL SPECIFICATIONS
-ON NORMALLY OPEN UNITS:
OPERATE TIME: 50 milliseconds
RELEASE TIME: 80 milliseconds
-CONTACT RESISTANCE:
30-AMP=.003 ohm*
-DIELECTRIC WITHSTAND:
2500 VAC RMS
- LONGEVITY:
MILLIONS OF CYCLES
- TEMPERATURE RANGE:
-35°C TO 85°C
- COIL TERMINALS:
#6 BINDING HEAD SCREWS
- LOAD TERMINALS:
#8 BINDING HEAD SCREWS
- UL LISTING: FILE #E62767
- C.S.A.: FILE #LR41198
- TO ORDER SEE PAGE 4
TWO POLE
UNIVERSAL MOUNT
*AFTER CYCLING UNDER LOAD.
THREE POLE
STANDARD MOUNT
THREE POLE
UNIVERSAL MOUNT
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L35/L60-AMP NORMALLY OPEN CONTACTORS
SINGLE POLE
NORMALLY OPEN
TWO POLE
NORMALLY OPEN
TYPICAL SPECIFICATIONS
The “L” version of the 35 and 60 amp normally open contractors are designed
and manufactured to the same high quality specifications as the standard 35
and 60 amp models. The contactor switch is the same well proven design that
has been manufactured since 1975. The mounting centers and physical size are
identical to the standard single and two pole 35 and 60 amp molded versions.
The new design provides a cleaner appearance, and is a more economical design.
It is available in the single and two pole models only, with top and bottom load
terminals or with lead wires. Noted are the typical specifications and UL and CSA
file numbers.
COIL DATA L35 AND L60 SERIES.
- ON NORMALLY OPEN UNITS:
OPERATE TIME: 50 milliseconds
RELEASE TIME: 80 milliseconds
- CONTACT RESISTANCE:
35-AMP = .003 ohm*
60-AMP = .002 ohm*
- DIELECTRIC WITHSTAND:
2500 VAC RMS
- LONGEVITY:
MILLIONS OF CYCLES
- TEMPERATURE RANGE:
-35°C TO 85°C
- COIL TERMINALS:
#6 BINDING HEAD SCREWS
- LOAD TERMINALS:
PRESSURE CONNECTORS FOR
A.W.G. #4-#14 ON 35-AMP AND
A.W.G. #2-#8 ON 60-AMP UNITS
- UL LISTING:
FILE #E62767 FOR L35 AND
L60-AMP N.O. UNITS 1-2 POLES
- C.S.A.:
FILE #LR41198 FOR L35 AND
L60-AMP N.O. UNITS 1-2 POLES
*AFTER CYCLING UNDER LOAD
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35/60-AMP NORMALLY OPEN CONTACTORS
SINGLE POLE—NORMALLY OPEN
TWO POLE—NORMALLY OPEN
THREE POLE—NORMALLY OPEN
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35 AMP T-TOP CONTACTORS
SINGLE POLE—NORMALLY OPEN
TWO POLE—NORMALLY OPEN
THREE POLE—NORMALLY OPEN
35/60 AMP NORMALLY CLOSED CONTACTORS
SIMILAR CONSTRUCTION AS THE NORMALLY OPEN UNITS BUT WITH THE COIL POSITIONED CLOSER TO
THE TOP OF THE CONTACTOR AND A NORMALLY CLOSED CONTACTOR IN PLACE OF A NORMALLY OPEN
CONTACTOR. ALSO AVAILABLE IN THREE AND FOUR POLE UNITS.
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35/60 AMP METAL STRAPPED CONTACTORS
SINGLE POLE—NORMALLY OPEN
TWO POLE—NORMALLY OPEN
THREE POLE—NORMALLY OPEN
FOUR POLE—NORMALLY OPEN
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100-AMP CONTACTORS
TYPICAL SPECIFICATIONS
NORMALLY OPEN
UNIT
- ON NORMALLY OPEN UNITS:
OPERATE TIME: 50 milliseconds
RELEASE TIME: 80 milliseconds
- ON NORMALLY CLOSED UNITS:
OPERATE TIME: 45 milliseconds
RELEASE TIME: 60 milliseconds
- CONTACT RESISTANCE:
.001 ohm*
- DIELECTRIC WITHSTAND:
2500VAC RMS
- LONGEVITY:
MILLIONS OF CYCLES
- TEMPERATURE RANGE:
-35°C TO 85°C
- COIL TERMINALS:
#6 BINDING HEAD SCREWS
- LOAD TERMINALS:
PRESSURE CONNECTORS.
STANDARD ACCEPTS A.W.G.
#2 to #8.
FOR A.W.G. #1 to #8,
ADD SUFFIX -5 to CATALOG
NUMBER (i.e. 100NO-120A-5)
- RATINGS:
Derate over 240VAC Res.
See Page 13 for Coil Data.
See Page 14 for Contacts.
- TO ORDER SEE PAGE 4.
NORMALLY CLOSED
UNIT
TWO POLE—NORMALLY OPEN
S100NO - SERIES
AVAILABLE IN 1,2 & 3 POLES
RATINGS: 100 AMPS @ 480 VAC
SEE PAGE 14 FOR RATINGS
THREE POLE—NORMALLY OPEN
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HIGH VOLTAGE CONTACTORS
TIME DELAY RELAYS
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OPTIONAL TERMINATIONS AND MOUNTING PLATES
SP-1214
2” wide, narrow mount two pole 30 amp. catalog
number SP-1214 followed by the coil voltage, then
“D” for DC.
Example: SP-1214-120A
“U” UNIVERSAL BRACKET
“P” PANEL MOUNT
For single pole, 35 and 60-amp units, and for
timers. This is the standard bracket for hybrid
timers. Material: 16-ga. plated steel.
For 35, 60-amp or standard timer;
with standard mounting bracket.
The standard mounting bracket
attaches to the panel with two
6-32 screws. Material:
3/8” thick phenolic.
SUFFIX “N”
SUFFIX “TN”
Narrow two or three pole 35 or 60 amp units only
Two or Three Pole 35 AMP Only.
Load terminals on top for shorter overall height.
TS (Top Screws)
SUFFIX-”NB”
SUFFIX-19
Two pole 35 or 60 amp narrow mounted, front facing,
off set, for snap track mounted
Two pole 35 or 60 amp narrow mounted, front facing,
off set, for panel mounting.
Designated by the letters “TS” in the catalog
number suffix. For timers and 35-amp units.
Dimensions same as
T-Top (see page 8).
SNAP TRACK™
MOUNTING
L-1 (Leaded)
Designated by the letters “L-1”
in the catalog number suffix.
For normally open 35-amp
units. Height 3-3/16” other
dimensions same as standard
(page 8).
SUFFIX-17 & -20
Din rail mount 35mm symmetrical
for 35 and 60 AMP units.
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Specify suffix “B” for SNAP
TRACK mount on single, two and
three pole 35 and 60 amp series
and single and two pole 30 amp
series. SNAP TRACK mount is
standard on three pole 30 amp
without suffix.
“B” BRACKET
For single pole 35 and
60-amp units, and for timers. Mounts into standard
3” snap-track. Material is
16-ga. plated steel.
SNAP TRACK Mounting Channel™ Reed Devices Inc., a subsidiary of Augat, Inc.
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COIL DATA PER POLE RATINGS ON STANDARD COILS
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SOLID STATE RELAYS
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SOLID STATE RELAYS Continued
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SOLID STATE RELAYS Continued
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SOLID STATE RELAYS Continued
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PANEL, TERMINAL INFORMATION & DERATING CHARTS
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WIRING & FUSING
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INDOOR WATER ALARM
OUTDOOR TANK ALARM
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HOW TO ORDER LIQUID LEVEL CONTROL FLOATS
GOLD PLATED MECHANICAL
FLOAT SWITCHES AVAILABLE
INTRINSICALLY SAFE
RATINGS: 160 A TO 100 mA
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LIQUID LEVEL CONTROL FLOATS
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VERTICAL LIQUID LEVEL CONTROL SWITCH
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TWIN FLOAT CONTROL
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HOW TO ORDER
SWITCHES
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TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
FOR MDI’S MERCURY DISPLACEMENT CONTACTORS
LIGHTING
Auditorium Lighting
Beacons and Search Lights
Copy Equipment
Dimmer Controls
Display Signs
Emergency Lighting
Flood Lights
High Intensity Lamps
Hospital Lighting
Lighting Test Panels
Mercury Vapor Lamps
Parking Lots
Photography Lighting
Scoreboards
Sodium Vapor Lamps
Stage Lighting
Street Lighting
Surgical Lighting Control
Tower Lights
Traffic Signal
Tungsten Lamps
GENERAL APPLICATIONS
Air Conditioning
Alarm Systems
Automatic Door Closers
Battery Chargers
Blue Print Machines
Copiers
Computer Power Supplies
Corrosive Locations
Dusty, Oil Locations
Dry Cleaning Equipment
Energy Management Systems
Farm Incubators and Brooders
Low Voltage Switching
Marking and Engraving Equipment
Motor Starting
Soldering Systems
Surgical Equipment
Telephone Switching
Test Panels
Vapor Degreasers
X-Ray Machine Controls
Ink Heating
Injection Molding Machines
Kilns
Lab Ovens
Packaging Equipment
Plastic Extruders
Pool Heaters
Quartz Heaters
Radiant Heaters
Roof Top Heating
Shrink Tunnels
Unit Heaters
Vacuum Forming
ELECTRIC HEATERS
(Heaters)
Baking Ovens
Coffee Urns
Deep Fryers
Dishwashers
Electric Grills
Electric Ranges
Pizza Ovens
Steam Generators
Baseboard Heaters
Blow Molding
Cabinet Heaters
Chemical Tank Heaters
Curing Furnaces
Drying Ovens
Duct Heaters
Film Packaging
Glass Furnaces
Heat Lamps
Heat Sealing Machines
Induction Heater
Industrial Ovens
Infrared Heaters
Ink Drying
FOOD INDUSTRY EQUIPMENT
SPECIALTY APPLICATIONS
Capacitor Discharge Systems
Hazardous Locations
Mining Equipment
Phase Converters
Tower Control
WARRANTY
Mercury Displacement Industries, Inc., warrants it’s products to be free from defects in material
or workmanship for one year, and will replace any units with such defects. Warranty is void if
units are improperly applied. Mercury Displacement Industries, Inc. shall not be liable for special
or consequential damages.
For Mercury Free Switches
Contact MDI Inc.
1-800-634-4077 or www.mdius.com
TO RECYCLE USED CONTACTORS, TILT SWITCHES & MERCURY FLOATS, RETURN TO MDI
MERCURY DISPLACEMENT INDUSTRIES, INC.
PHONE (269) 663-8574 - FAX (269) 663-2924
1-800-MDI-4077 - 1-800-634-4077
www.mdius.com
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